The beach Keratidi, or to be more accurate the two beaches of Keratidi, are located at a secluded location east of Laki, province Sfakia, and are actually the easternmost beach of south Chania prefecture. You can access it along a paved road leading east from Laki and endind at a dead end. From the dead end, walk down the small stream to the sea.
The beaches are sandy and, especially the easternmost, has quite rocky bottom, ideal for snorkelling.
Keratidi means "little locust (carob)" and is taken after a carob tree that was located here. Indeed, the wider area of Lakki and Rodakino hosts many carob trees.